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Ms. Fear's New Hair

Presenting: My second reroot! Considerably easier and faster than the last. I'm already working on my next.

Ms. Fear's new hair!

Sexy, right? I still have  to style her. A little trim, a thatched part and maybe I'll give her bangs again. Homegirl has a fivehead.

Yeah so in an excited fit of acetone removal, I took off most of her blue shadow but also an bit of her eyebrows. Sorry Atsumi! They'll be back and even better. I just want to keep that angry angle.
So I have to reroot my Poppy Parker, Miss Fear's Mom and Sugar (decided against dreadlocks for her. Just going to have big wild mohair hair. The locks will be another doll's head.)

But in between all these reroots, Dani and Felix get a home renovation!

Before:


Now:  


I can't wait to get to work on this. I'm still glued to HGTV but I'm thinking of a neutral color for the downstairs since it's all open now. Maybe a gray. Or maybe that blue I have upstairs. Adding crown molding, maybe base molding. Okay I still have no flippin' idea. Just has to coordinate with my couch.

Thanks all for now kittens. Let's see what I can manage to do this weekend.

smooches,
dani

Comments

  1. WORK Ms. Fear, work! She looks fierce! Can't wait to see the renovations of Dani's place. :)

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  2. Ms Fear is looking great. Is that her original body? I will be happy if it is :O)

    Can't wait to see the new reno when it's done

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  3. Thanks guys. Sorry this not her original body. It belongs to a ZC girl. A great match for her. But her original body was not so bad. A little hippy, which made it hard for her to find clothes.

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  4. Way to go on the reroot. I am pulling for bangs. I think she would look good in bangs. Nice boobs! Oops, am I allowed to say that. I like how compact the old house is. I'm trying to do smaller houses for some of my dolls. I have a tendacy (sp) to want to make everything big. Not good when space is limited. I'm anxious to see the renovation.

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  5. Ms. Fear looks good with the re-root. I say No to bangs! Let her show her fiver proudly!! (says me LOL)

    Just a suggestion for Ms.Fear's head (on the body transplant): you might want to get a small piece of rubber tubing (like they sell for fish tanks & in home depot) and stick it over the peg--it'll make getting her head to stay on (and posable) a lot easier. (if you go to home depot and look around where they have the tubing and stuff for garden ponds you can tell them you need a small sample to see if it'll work (about an inch or 1 1/2 inches) and sometimes they'll let you have it gratis.

    P.S. glad to see she got an upgrade on her body. She totally deserves it!

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  6. Yeah Vanessa, I think of my doll homes (especially the ones in the Ikea shelf) as parts of a room or a room in an apartment. Helps to feel better about X not having a bedroom or Y not having a kitchen!

    Erica, I will look into that tubing. Some of my other rebodies are a bit on the wobbly side...

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  7. Ms fears looks great! I love her with longer hair. She looks more fierce.

    Wow, I can't wait to see what you do with your house. I love to decorate and to do so at a cheaper cost than human life makes it even more pleasurable.

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